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PUSD Teacher Evaluation SY 14/15. Governing Board Presentation. Dr. Heather Cruz, Deputy Superintendent. May 13, 2014. Presentation Overview. Legislative History The Peoria Unified Journey New Required Legislation Process Recommended Changes Next Steps. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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PUSD Teacher EvaluationSY 14/15Governing Board Presentation

May 13, 2014Dr. Heather Cruz, Deputy Superintendent1Presentation OverviewLegislative HistoryThe Peoria Unified JourneyNew Required LegislationProcessRecommended ChangesNext Steps

Arizona Revised Statutes 15-203(A)(38)The State Board of Education shallon or before December 15, 2011 adopt and maintain a model framework for a teacher and principal evaluation instrument that includes quantitative data on student academic progress that accounts for between thirty-three percent and fifty percent of the evaluation outcomes and best practices for professional development and evaluator training. School districts and charter schools shall use an instrument that meets the data requirements established by the State Board of Education to annually evaluate individual teachers and principals beginning in school year 2012 2013.

3HB 2823Effective June, 2012Allowed governing boards to delay the implementation of the Teacher and Principal Evaluation data component until SY13-14Peoria Unified implemented the data component in 12/134ADE Adopted Model FrameworkADE Adopted Model Framework for Educator Effectiveness April, 2011 Classroom observation tool must be:Rubric-basedTied to Arizona Teaching Standards33% to 50% of the evaluation must be based on student achievement dataPUSD began to make the shift in evaluation practices in SY 11/12

ADE Adopted Model FrameworkChanges for 14/15Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) WaiverDistricts and charters shall ensure that the total measure of Academic Progress (classroom-level and/or school-level) includes a calculation of the amount of Academic Growth students experience between two or more points in time. The Academic Growth calculation shall comprise at least 20% of the total evaluation outcome. Continuous Improvement of ProcessReconvened Governing Board appointed Certified Teacher Evaluation Committee (CTEC) to look at current evaluation tool and systemAdministration is bringing back CTECs recommended changes to the tool and process to the Governing Board for approval this eveningRecommended changesChange current goal structure to Student Learning Objectives to align with requirements of ESEA Waiver

CTEC CommitteeAnne BabinaJames HawkMelissa O'DellChristina VargasKim BaerwaldTricia HeivilinThomas PrattAshley VasconcellosBarbara BarcusKate HoffnerMegan ReeseLaura VeselyRobert BensonMark HudsonKatie RichardTahlya VisintainerSharon BettsDawn KennedyAnn SandovalJohn WallanderAli BridgewaterKaren KlappMichael SchoonoverAdam West Renee CrawfordBrenda LoprestoMary SchuettMarla WoolseyHeather Cruz Carleen McAfeeVance SetkaBetty YoungWendy Davy Mark MoffattFrank SharbonoFrymet HareMonique MolinaMelinda SolandShauna Hatfield Joanne MoralesJoyce StaehleOverview of the Peoria Model-13/14Professional Practices Implemented 11/12Self-EvaluationGoals Student Achievement, Instructional, & Exit OutcomesReflectionRubric ComponentsAligned to Arizona Teaching StandardsProfessional ExpectationsStudent Achievement Data Implemented 12/13DefinitionsGroup A TeacherA Peoria Unified teacher who has two or more valid and reliable individual data pieces.Group B TeacherA Peoria Unified teacher who does not have two or more valid and reliable individual data pieces.

Changes for 14/15Goals - Moving to Student Learning ObjectivesA specific learning goal with specific measures of student learning used to track progress toward that goalResearch supports this directionCan be found on beginning p. 10 of the PUSD Teacher Evaluation for 14/15

Benefits of SLOsEmpowers teachers to set goals based on their current students and settingEqualizes the percentage of data for Group A & Group B teachersAll data for SLOs comes from current school yearPerceived to be a more fair way to align teacher data to evaluationSatisfies the ESEA Waiver

SLO CommitteeSub-committee of CTEC

Anne BabinaMarla HobbsAnne BabinaMarla HobbsRobert BensonDawn KennedyRenee CrawfordAshley VasconcellosShauna HatfieldJohn WallanderPatricia HeivilinData Model Guiding PrinciplesCollaborative thinkingGuiding principlesEquityComprehensiveManageableChoice Menu DrivenBalanceTransparencySpirit of the Law14AlignmentACT and Freshman College Success

PUSD Data Model and AZ Learns

Peoria Data Model for 13/14Standing Data Committee RecommendationGroup A

Group B

Instructional PracticesClassroom-level DataSchool-level DataPeoria Data Model for 14/15Comparison of Group A and B20% - SLO13% - Achievement Data3 Individual ChoicesAIM is mandatory2School-wide ChoicesA survey choice is mandatory67% Professional PracticesDomains, Self-Assessment, Professional Expectations20% - SLO13% - Achievement Data5 School-wide ChoicesAIMS is mandatoryA survey is mandatoryIndividual data points are mandatory, if available67% Professional PracticesDomains, Self-Assessment, Professional Expectations

Group A - 20/13/67Group B - 20/13/67#Inadequacy of Classroom PerformanceNot recommending any changesCurrently is any one Unsatisfactory rating in any one component in Domains 1- 4 If a teacher scores in the ineffective performance classification on their evaluation, they will be deemed inadequateThis will require a Preliminary Notice of Inadequacy of Classroom PerformancePerformance PayCurrently there is no pay tied to the evaluation performance classification for 13/14HB 2823 requires 33% of Fund 12 from the Classroom Site Fund (301) to be tied to student progress for the evaluation beginning in 14/15SLOs would satisfy this requirement301 Plan for 14/15Update 301 plan to align with HB 2823SLOs will meet the requirement for thisBy law, we will need to survey the teachers and receive at least 70% agreement with the plan in order to move forwardAfter teacher approval, the plan will be brought to the board for approvalPlan to do this in August, 2014Questions#